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In the early 19th century, there were reports of ghosts that stalked the streets of London. These human-like figures were described as pale and stalked and preyed on lone pedestrians. The stories told of these figures formed part of a distinct ghost tradition in London which, some writers have argued, formed the foundation of the later legend of Spring-heeled Jack. Spring-Heeled Jack, the terror of Victorian London #history #places #london #victoriana #victorian

Heaven is a little country of the British Isles . . . and it's called . . . Wales .......... :) ........... w. ............... The Legend of Gelert's Grave, Beddgelert

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Ghost hunters capture creepy image of ‘Black Monk of Pontefract’ clutching rosary beads in same house where ghost was seen in mirror

A team of paranormal investigators captured this eerie pic of a ghostly arm holding what looks like a rosary

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Visiting Scotand: Edinburgh's Greyfriars Bobby, the Dog a Community Loved

Pictured is the famous statue in Edinburgh, Scotland, of Greyfriars Bobby, a terrier who guarded the grave of his owner for 14 years

The Ugly House, Betws-y-Coed, Wales. Legend has it that it was built as a "Ty Un Nos" or a house built overnight in the 15th century by two outlaw brothers. The motive appears to be that ancient law stated that if a house could be built from sunrise to sunset with walls, a roof and chimney those who built it could claim the freehold. It is apparently built with no mortar!